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Business, Survival, Family, and Being a Better Person
9/6/22  |  19 min

Warwick Life host Scott Nerney talks with Warwick author and entrepreneur Amanda Mottola.

Amanda is the author of Learning as a Lifelong Journey: Being Your Leader, Overcoming Your Fears, Succeeding in Your Career. Hear about Amanda’s journey from Paraguay to Rhode Island, what she learned from Subway Chief Development Officer Don Fertman, how she gives back to the community, and how she maintains a positive outlook in life.


30 Seconds of Wonder
9/2/22  |  3 min

A half-minute is all it takes to be inspired by a poem.

Join Warwick poet D.K. McKenzie for thought-provoking poems that are less than a minute long.

Hear poems by John Dryden, Francis William Bourdillon, and D.K. McKenzie.


Be Awake While You Dream
8/30/22  |  19 min

Warwick Health and Wellness host Martha Bottella talks with writer and lucid dreamer D.K. McKenzie about being awake in your dreams.

Hear about D.K.’s experience of lucid dreaming, and learn about his shared dreams. Explore what accessing your subconscious during dreaming can teach you, and get tips on how to become a lucid dreamer.


Join the Optimism Walk and Help Fight Parkinson’s Disease
8/23/22  |  12 min

Warwick Life host Scott Nerney talks with Joseph Golomboski, Chair of the American Parkinson Disease Association (APDA) Rhode Island Optimism Walk.

Hear how you can join the walk on September 17 in Goddard Park. Find out how the Rhode Island Chapter of APDA supports local Parkinson’s disease patients and their families, and learn about Joseph Golomboski, Sr.’s fight with Parkinson’s.


A New Season Starts at the Gamm Theatre
8/16/22  |  21 min

Warwick Life host Scott Nerney talks with Gamm Theatre Artistic Director Tony Estrella about the Gamm’s 38th season.

Hear why Tony continues to act, what type of role he likes to play, and why he’s excited about the Gamm’s 2022-2023 productions of Describe the NightSweatFaith HealerBad JewsThe Children, and It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play.


 The Bowtie Guy Talks About the Housing Market
8/9/22  |  12 min

Warwick librarian Wil Gregersen talks with RE/MAX Associate Broker Garry Morin a.k.a. The Bowtie Guy about the housing market in Warwick.

Hear how the pandemic and low interest rates created a housing shortage, what it’s like to buy and sell a home today, what makes the Warwick housing market unique, and what the future of the real estate market looks like.


Supporting Warwick's Most Vulnerable Students
8/2/22  |  20 min

Warwick Health and Wellness host Martha Bottella talks with Warwick Schools Family Engagement Facilitator Cameron Kadek about supporting students in Warwick’s Title I schools.

Title I provides funds to improve the academic achievement of low income students. Hear how Cameron helps Warwick families with children at Hoxsie, Lippitt, Norwood, Oakland Beach, and Scott schools promote their children’s wellbeing and success.


Get Ready to Vote in Warwick’s Upcoming Elections
7/26/22  |  13 min

Warwick Life host Scott Nerney talks with Warwick Director of Elections Kerry Nardilillo about Warwick’s upcoming primary and general elections.

Hear how the Board of Canvassers prepares for elections, how candidates get on the ballot, how to disaffiliate before an election, how to sign up to be a poll worker, items to look for on this year’s ballot, and important dates for the primary and general elections.


The Warwick History Quiz Show
7/19/22  |  25 min

Brought to you by Warwick Radio and the Warwick Historical Society, the Warwick History Quiz Show serves up fascinating facts about the city and a real challenge for our contestants.

Join host Jen Linton, Warwick Historical Society President Felicia Gardella, and contestants Mary Anne Quinn and Leslie Wasilewski for our inaugural show.

Plus, hear the rest of the story about Felicia’s family and their history with Rocky Point in a special bonus clip after the show.


Meals on Wheels Serves Warwick Seniors
7/12/22  |  17 min

Warwick Life host Scott Nerney talks with Executive Director Meg Grady about Meals on Wheels of Rhode Island.

Meals on Wheels helps older adults maintain their independence with home-delivered meals, lifesaving safety checks, and opportunities to socialize. Hear about what’s in a Meals on Wheels dinner, food deliveries for pets, and Rhode Island’s 20 millionth meal.


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